King hugged by niece Zara Tindall at Royal Windsor Horse Show

King hugged by niece Zara Tindall at Royal Windsor Horse Show

Charles braved the rain to the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

The King received a hug from niece Zara Tindall when he braved the rain to visit the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

Charles made his third public visit of the week to tour the popular equestrian attraction, which was a firm favourite with his mother Queen Elizabeth II.

The late monarch was a passionate fan of the event staged on her doorstep close to Windsor Castle and would frequently be seen walking among the stalls dressed informally and wearing a headscarf.

Charles and his niece embraced and shared a few words when they met on the site as the persistent rain continued to fall.

The King has held a series of events since it was announced last Friday he would be returning to public-facing engagements, indicating the positive effect of his cancer treatment.

His first was a visit to a cancer treatment unit in London on Tuesday, where he met other cancer patients and spoke of his “shock” at receiving the diagnosis and told those who asked that he was “well”.

Buckingham Palace was the venue on Wednesday for the presentation of the Coronation Roll to the King and Queen, who marvelled at the document which recorded all the key events from their crowning last year.

The King met his niece overlooking the Royal Windsor Endurance course, in Windsor’s beautiful Great Park, which takes riders along landmarks like the famous Long Walk.

Among the royal group were Lord Soames, a long-time friend of the King, who served as his equerry when Charles was the Prince of Wales, comic Rory Bremner, former racing driver Jackie Stewart and ex-Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.

Charles was also pictured chatting to Simon Brooks-Ward, director of the Royal Windsor Horse Show, who knew the late Queen well.

Published: by Radio NewsHub Click Here to see original article – Radio News Hub Massive Hits is not responsible for external links, or news feed content.

Scroll to Top